Both are transparent.
I attended a conference about selling (not my best attribute) this past weekend. The Saturday afternoon conference topic was "How to Use Facebook with Your Business." The leader of the organization was presenting. His presentation began with "Use your Facebook personal account for your business. The business account is useless.” I thought I would jump out of my chair.
Some of my associates' Facebook "personal pages" they were using as a business page were shut down. Along with this the followers they had built and all the information on the page was gone. No way to retrieve it.
Wait a minute isn't this supposed to be about Pinterest? Yes, my point is check your sources, do your own research, and be transparent. Before you pin an item, consider the author of each post, article or blog you pin. Read it before accepting information as truth and stamping your approval on the content.
I liked this infographic of "The 10 Commandments of using Pinterest for Business." Before I used it with my audience, I read each one. I wanted to be sure the infographic had correct information (not just put a stamp of approval on it). Notice Commandment 2.
These are wonderful tips for your Pinterest Pinning. Use them and grow your Pinterest account and other social media. (notice I included the creator of the infographic) #sociallysorted